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According to The Orange Grove, "Johnnie M. Stover explores the origin and power of black women writers' voices using the personal narratives of 19th-century Americans who were slaves or indentured servants. Displaying aspects of the oral traditions of Yoruba culture in West Africa, these voices took on a subversive tone, a form of expression that Stover describes as the “mother tongue” and argues is completely different from literary forms employed by white men or women or black men."
Material Type: Open Textbook
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: January 06, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 11, 2013
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Submitter: Cathy Swift

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Language: English
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